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Top 50 Speech Language Pathologist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Speech Language Pathologist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Speech Language Pathologist resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.1% of Speech Language Pathologist resumes contained Language as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Speech Language Pathologist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Speech Language Pathologist

1. Language
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Here's how Language is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Provided unsupervised therapy in articulation, language comprehension, expression, fluency, cognitive and pragmatic skills.
  • Work with patients diagnoses with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Receptive and Expressive Language Disorder, Articulation, and Phonological Disorders.
  • Assessed, interpreted results, and provided recommendations for children and adults seeking speech and language services.
  • Use of a wide range of test materials and assessment procedures in areas of speech and language.
  • Apply a systematic workload model to facilitate the organization of the speech-language program within the school.
  • Evaluate and treat adult skilled nursing patients in areas of speech/language, cognition, and swallowing.
  • Provision of speech, language and swallowing services within a Day Rehabilitation and Outpatient clinical setting.
  • Conducted specialized testing according to clients' needs in speech, language, and swallowing.
  • Evaluate and treat residents for speech, language, cognitive, memory and swallowing disorders.
  • Led initiative to bring sign language into a high school class with non-verbal students.
  • Use of varying technique for remediation in the areas of speech and language.
  • Conduct speech and language assessments and treatments for students with communication disabilities.
  • Perform speech, language and cognitive evaluations for pediatric and adult patients.
  • Evaluate and treat children with speech and language delays and disorders.
  • Act as consultant to colleagues for speech and language issues.
  • Developed language based curriculum for reading and math.
  • Presented workshops to educate other healthcare professionals regarding the scope of speech language pathology services to ensure appropriate and timely referrals.
  • Conduct formal evaluations of adult inpatients for dysphagia, speech, language, voice, and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
  • Provided services for speech and/or language disordered children from birth grade 6 in home and school settings.
  • Provided services for severely impaired speech and/or language disordered children in grades K-6 within a self-contained classroom setting.

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2. Occupational Therapists
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Here's how Occupational Therapists is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Collaborated with other agencies such as Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and Psychologists in order to provide a complete rehabilitative approach.
  • Communicated, collaborated, and consulted with physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses, rehabilitation coordinators, and families.
  • Worked in collaboration with supervisors, parents, occupational therapists, physical therapists, educational psychologists, and pediatric residents.
  • Collaborated with Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Social Workers, other Speech-Language Pathologists, clinical director, and physician.
  • Evaluated and treated pediatric population and co-treated multiply handicapped children with both occupational therapists and physical therapists.
  • Participated in a team approach offering co-treatment with both physical and occupational therapists.
  • Conducted individual and group treatment sessions with Occupational Therapists and Physical Therapists.
  • Collaborated with physical therapists and occupational therapists to develop treatment plans.
  • Collaborated with physical and occupational therapists to provide treatment to clients.
  • Co-treated with other disciplines such as physical therapists and occupational therapists.
  • Worked closely with physical and occupational therapists to co-treat and collaborate.
  • Worked toward collaborating with Occupational Therapists to form Social Groups.
  • Work within an interdisciplinary team, including occupational therapists, physical therapists, developmental specialists, social workers, and nurses.
  • Direct, supervise and evaluate work activities of therapists, teachers, physical and occupational therapists, and other personnel.
  • Collaborate with physicians, nurses, dietitians, social workers, case managers, and physical and occupational therapists.
  • Worked with an interdisciplinary team of occupational therapists and physical therapists to best serve patients with various special needs.
  • Collaborate and consult with physical and occupational therapists, physicians, nursing, registered dietitian, social services.
  • Collaborated with SEITs, physical therapists, occupational therapists and social workers to establish treatment and to facilitate carryover.
  • Collaborated with a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, nurses and social workers.
  • Coordinated plan of care with occupational therapists, applied behavior analysts, and psychologists to ensure optimum treatment for patients.

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3. Dysphagia
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Here's how Dysphagia is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Provided intervention for individuals with dysphagia/feeding disorders, speech generating devices, behavior difficulties, and various speech and language disorders.
  • Determine safe and appropriate diet consistency and safe swallow compensatory techniques for patients diagnosed with dysphagia or feeding disorders.
  • Provided evidenced based treatment for patients with Aphasia, Dysphagia, Dementia and other Cognitive-communicative Deficits.
  • Provided dysphagia intervention for patients on alternate feedings and dementia management/family education regarding this diagnosis.
  • Administered formal and informal assessments in communication skills, cognitive-linguistic skills, voice and dysphagia.
  • Consult, evaluate and diagnose communication and cognitive-communication deficits and dysphagia.
  • Managed patient diet plans-recommended diet upgrades and restrictions for dysphagia.
  • Provided dysphagia evaluations and therapy to medically complex children.
  • Established appropriate diets for adults exhibiting dysphagia.
  • Implemented treatment for patient's exhibiting Parkinson's Disease, aphasia, voice disorders, stroke, and dysphagia.
  • In-serviced staff individually and in large groups on pediatric and adult dysphagia, and safe feeding and swallowing practices.
  • Assessed and provided speech language therapy services, dysphagia services and tracheotomy unit in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Created a new program and protocol for dysphagia patients to ensure that adequate supervision during meals is provided.
  • Developed protocols for diet textures and liquid consistencies to be provided to patients with dysphagia.
  • Provided patient/caregiver education to effectively manage seniors with dysphagia Collaborated with colleagues to provide effective cognitive linguistic therapy practices.
  • Conducted dysphagia evaluation and treatment program including videofluoroscopic procedures.
  • Provided speech-language, dysphagia, and cognitive therapeutic services to patients who were homebound.
  • Implemented the Beckman Oral Motor program to evaluate and treat dysphagia disorders.
  • Utilized Vital Stim therapy for patients with dysphagia.
  • Established dysphagia assessment procedures (videofluoroscopy) and treatment programming at Roseville Hospital.

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4. IEP
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Here's how IEP is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Communicated with parents regarding upcoming speech-only meetings and prepared necessary paperwork; facilitated the speech-only IEP meetings.
  • Evaluate IEP's, articulation therapy, parent counseling, and report preparation during summer session's and after school centers.
  • Acted as school liaison, transitioning children and families to school based services, including writing IEP goals.
  • Attended IEP, Student Improvement Team (SIT), Speech, and other administrative in-service meetings.
  • Participated in kindergarten retention conferences and upcoming school year class placement meetings for students with IEP's.
  • Plan, coordinate, and conduct IEP meetings with parents and other educational and health professionals.
  • Provided weekly therapy to children from kindergarten to 5th grade working toward meeting IEP goals.
  • Implement individual and/or group therapy for each child as specified in the child s IEP.
  • Cleaned up student files by organizing and ensuring currency and accuracy of IEP's.
  • Manage the process and documentation of the IEP, re-evaluation and dismissal process.
  • Schedule, invite required participants, conduct and participate in IEP meetings.
  • Conduct Eligibility Review/IEP, and Annual IEP review meetings.
  • Interpreted in IEP meetings, as needed.
  • Maintain IEP according to State requirements.
  • Developed and implemented IEP goals.
  • Participate in multi-disciplinary team for IEP meetings and related service.
  • Utilized the Kids Individualized Data System (KIDS) and Power IEP to write and update IEPs.
  • Prepared for and attended IEP meetings, developed functional and measureable outcomes, and completed progress reports.
  • Write Full Individual Evaluation Reports and IEPs.
  • Used the IEPplus system to update IEPs.

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5. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Performed evaluations, developed treatment plans, participated in team conferences, developed interdisciplinary plan of care and family meeting participation.
  • Analyzed and interpreted assessment data to develop individualized treatment plans and recommendations for students.
  • Prepare detailed written treatment plans following established procedures for documentation and progress review.
  • Envisioned, developed, and implemented discharge and treatment plans narrowly tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual.
  • Collaborated with educators, administrators, psychologists and other professionals to develop goals, treatment plans, lesson plans and/or assess
  • Provided individualized assessment, treatment plans, therapy and caregiver instruction for short and long term residents.
  • Case manage, plan and implement evaluation, treatment plans, and progress reports for all students.
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment plans with input from patients, families, and other professionals.
  • Coordinate treatment plans with other professionals and outside sources, such as day programs.
  • Designed and implemented treatment plans to address needs according to the medical model.
  • Devise and implement treatment plans, consult with, and educate families.
  • Implement treatment plans to meet the individual communication needs of each student.
  • Completed comprehensive treatment plans, daily progress notes and discharge reports.
  • Developed specialized treatment plans for high risk infants and children.
  • Modified treatment plans according to changes in client status.
  • Created client specific goals and treatment plans.
  • Documented patients' progress and completed discharge summaries, home-program treatment plans and other forms for intra-/extra-agency personnel.
  • Delivered training in-services for new-hires regarding procedures and documentation related to Medicaid treatment plans and school-based IEPs.
  • Developed and implemented individualized treatment plans through collaboration with patients, family members and other healthcare providers.
  • Developed treatment plans and created activities, for individual andgroup speech, language and dysphagia interventions.

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6. Speech-Language Pathology
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Here's how Speech-Language Pathology is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Graduate Clinician of Speech-Language Pathology Performed diagnostic testing, created individualized goals and implemented therapy for inpatient geriatric clients.
  • Provided speech-language pathology services children with a variety of written and spoken language disorders.
  • Created outpatient procedures manual for Speech-Language Pathology staff detailing accurate billing and reimbursement procedures.
  • Maintained appropriate records for Texas State Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.
  • Supervised three Speech-Language Pathologists and a Speech-Language pathology Assistant, and managed scheduling.
  • Provided supervision to speech-language pathology graduate students completing their clinical practicum.
  • Provided speech-language pathology services in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Supervised speech-language pathology graduate students and clinical fellows.
  • Provided Speech-Language Pathology services in skilled care setting.
  • Supervised graduate students completing internships in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Participate in public events to promote the field of speech-language pathology and promote the clinic within the community.
  • Provided speech-language pathology services to children and their families in a variety of settings.
  • Trained newly hired employees in the speech-language pathology department.
  • Provide on-call speech-language pathology services to both campuses.
  • Provided speech-language pathology services to several long term care facilities within northwest Ohio and at Fostoria Community Hospital.
  • Functioned as a resource for and provided staff members with inservice/cross-training on speech-language pathology.
  • Provided mentorship and supervision to Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Students from Abilene Christian University.
  • Provide speech-language pathology services to the Lynnwood WA facility.
  • Provided speech-language pathology services in home care setting Trained family members and supporting therapies to facilitate generalization of skills
  • Provided speech-language pathology services in an acute rehabilitation hospital specializing in pul- monary care.

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7. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Supervised assistants and equipped them with information necessary to provide quality patient care.
  • Provided assessment/treatment to adults/children with speech/language impairment in an outpatient care setting.
  • Participated in patient care rounds and conducted family conferences.
  • Selected Contributions: * Maintained premium patient care at all times and earned highest possible rating of exemplary on performance review.
  • Educated caregivers, family members, and other members of rehab team & nursing staff regarding patient care and recovery.
  • Attended care plan meetings with families and provided professional recommendations for patient care, therapy potential, and patient progress.
  • Collaborate with other departments to ensure the best patient care is provided while being mindful of income generating time.
  • Participated in weekly patient care meetings with therapists, physicians, clinical supervisors, and service coordinators.
  • Develop and present in-services to physicians, staff and caregivers to improve patient care.
  • Attended and contributed to patient care, staffing conferences and other related meetings.
  • Prepared, updated and attended weekly patient care conferences with 3 physicians.
  • Develop patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations, and diagnoses.
  • Developed patient care plans and interventions to maximize outcomes.
  • Complete daily therapy schedules and labor validation Participate in weekly patient care meeting.
  • Provide patient care for tracheotomized and ventilator patients within a specialized unit.
  • Assisted nursing and therapy staff in the implementation of more clear communication procedures to facilitate improved patient care.
  • Provide direct patient care in acute, subacute, and hospital settings.
  • Provide direct patient care for populations having neurogenic deficits resulting from brain injury and neurogenic disease.
  • Nominated for the "Whatever it Takes and Then Some" award for outstanding dedication to patient care.
  • Provided direct patient care to neurologic, multi-trauma, orthopedic, and wound care patients on inpatient basis.

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8. Aphasia
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Here's how Aphasia is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Participated in an Aphasia group, collaborated with student clinicians to plan group activities, and developed effective communication strategies.
  • Provided group counseling and facilitation strategies to address emotional aspects of living with aphasia.
  • Established outpatient aphasia communication group treatment and stroke support group services.
  • Provided therapy to adults and geriatrics presenting with aphasia.
  • Planned and executed innovative aphasia therapy.
  • Administer speech and language screening to assess receptive and expressive language to reveal symptoms of aphasia.
  • Developed the outpatient Aphasia Program, which included specific treatment and support groups.
  • Provided aphasia therapy to a Spanish-speaking patient three times a week.
  • Coordinated strategies and plans for aphasia groups.
  • Conducted standardized and non-standardized assessments Treated adults with aphasia in small and large group therapy settings.
  • Designed and provided individualized, daily therapy for dysphagia, aphasia, and cognitive disorders.
  • Participated in Adult Neurological Seminar Experimental aphasia functional writing group therapy
  • Provided comprehensive diagnostic assessments and therapy for adults with aphasia, motor speech disorders, dysphagia, and cognitive linguistic disorders.
  • Provided screening/evaluation and treatment for patients with acquired speech/language disorders (Apraxia, Aphasia, voice, etc.).
  • Experience in a skilled nursing facility/intense rehab setting with patients with TBI, aphasia, apraxia of speech.
  • Provide speech language and swallow therapy to residents' with dysphagia, aphasia and voice disorders.
  • Provided home care therapy services in the areas of aphasia, cognition, voice and dysphagia.
  • Conducted assessment and treatment for adults with aphasia, dysphagia, and cognitive deficits.
  • Experience working with patients with dysphagia, aphasia, apraxia, cognitive deficits and many other disabilities.
  • Provided outpatient therapy services in the areas of dysphagia, aphasia, cognition and apraxia.

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9. Caseload
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Here's how Caseload is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Manage a caseload of 45 students, developing individual therapy goals to address areas of expressive/receptive language and articulation.
  • Participated in the Individualized Education Program process and managed a caseload of forty children among three elementary schools.
  • Minimize delays in diagnosis and/or therapeutic intervention by independently coordinating and prioritizing patient caseload.
  • Managed a caseload of patients with communication, cognition and swallowing deficits.
  • Establish and maintain a consistent form of communication with the parents/guardians of students as needed on caseload throughout the school year.
  • Maintained files for large caseload with superior attention to record accountability and reference compliance with PL 94-142.
  • Document direct/consult therapy minutes as required on each students' IEP on caseload throughout the school year.
  • Managed a high-volume caseload and organized the daily schedules of SLP assistants and patients.
  • Evaluated students on the caseload as part of an initial and/or triennial evaluation.
  • Managed a caseload of fifty-five to sixty Kindergarten through sixth grade students.
  • Conduct quarterly speech meeting, annual reviews, and caseload management duties.
  • Managed a caseload of up to 70 children in multiple facilities.
  • Attended weekly Case Mix meetings with MDS to discuss patient caseload.
  • Maintain caseload of at least 25 billable hours each week.
  • Worked with a total caseload of 15 students without supervision.
  • Managed a caseload of students with Autism spectrum disorders.
  • Maintain caseload of at least 30 visits per week.
  • Managed a caseload of clients with various diagnoses: Dysphagia, Aphasia, Dementia and Parkinson Disease.
  • Completed Medicaid logs and billing along with developing and implementing IEPs for caseload.
  • Managed a caseload of 35 students, wrote IEP's and inserviced teachers on speech language topics

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10. Childhood Apraxia
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Here's how Childhood Apraxia is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Implemented therapy for a complex client with childhood apraxia of speech and cortical malformations who uses a NovaChat AAC device.
  • Provide Speech and Language Therapy to students with a medical diagnosis of Autism, Down Syndrome and Childhood Apraxia.
  • Implemented the cycling approach for a preschooler diagnosed with childhood apraxia of speech.
  • Developed and delivered in-service on Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
  • Used proficient treatment techniques targeting childhood apraxia of speech.
  • Facilitated intensive therapeutic techniques for children with childhood apraxia of speech as well as dysarthria of speech.
  • Gained additional experience with Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Asperger's.Syndrome

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11. Facility
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Here's how Facility is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Volunteered for many facility activities and organized charitable events, involving neighboring community, staff, and residents.
  • Developed programs for successful mealtimes and individualized cognitive activities for the dementia population within the facility.
  • Implement facility-wide changes and frequent in-services to maximize quality of patient care using evidence- based practices.
  • Communicate with facility staff and patient family members regarding treatment goals and patient performance level.
  • Provided clinical education for speech-language pathologists new to skilled nursing facility setting and patient populations.
  • Treat and assess adults with swallowing, cognitive and communication disorders in a skilled nursing facility
  • Provided frequent training and caregiver education to both facility staff and patient family members.
  • Provide evaluation and remediation services for adults within a skilled nursing facility.
  • Participated in development of facility dinning rounds.
  • Provided evaluation and treatment for adult patients in short-term rehab and long-term care in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Developed a variety of departmental forms, and acted as liaison between staff and facility administration.
  • Work in 214 bed sub-acute skilled nursing and rehab facility treating an adult population.
  • Established training and carryover programs for family, facility, and group home staff.
  • Contract work at a Skilled Nursing Facility
  • Developed and implemented facility-wide in-services regarding dysphagia and diet textures.
  • Screen, evaluate, organize, and provide cognitive-linguistic, speech-language and dysphagia treatment to residents in a Skilled Nursing Facility.
  • Provided speech language pathology treatments and modalities in accordance with adult based policies and procedures (adult care facility).
  • Complied with facility regulations regarding timelines for completion of reports, records, and other documents required.
  • Assessed, planned and provided speech-language and dysphasia services to patients/residents in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Provided per diem evaluation and therapy services for adults in a Wildwood MO skilled nursing & rehabilitation facility.

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12. Public Schools
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Here's how Public Schools is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Conducted parent interviews and parent/teacher in-service training Designed and implemented a conceptual language curriculum for Cleveland Public Schools Head Start Program
  • Used literacy-based therapy methods to treat speech/language needs for children grades K-5 on behalf of Durham Public Schools (2009-present).
  • Contracted to Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools to provide services at various schools located in Davidson County (2011-2012).
  • Developed strong working relationships between families and school as children transitioned to the public schools at age 3.
  • Evaluated and treated children with speech-language disorders in the Isle of Wight County Public Schools.
  • Completed evaluations and therapy for students age 5 to 13 in low-income public schools.
  • Completed assessments to determine eligibility of services in the District of Columbia Public Schools.
  • Provided speech/language diagnoses/services to children in non-public and public schools, grades K-8.
  • Evaluated and treated children with speech-language disorders in the Norfolk Public Schools.
  • Provided services to students ages 6-19 in public schools settings.
  • Contract Therapist through St. Louis Public Schools
  • Placed in Baltimore City Public Schools 2009-2013 Worked with inner city students in grades Pre-K to 12.
  • Placed in Baltimore County Public Schools 2013-Present Worked with Preschool children ages 3-4 years-old with language deficits.
  • Contract therapist for Miami-Dade Public Schools at Miami Park Elementary School and Earlington Heights Elementary School.
  • Contract Speech Language Pathologist with Pasco County Public Schools working with ages preschool to high school
  • Managed the development and documentation of IEPs, reevaluations and progress reports in public schools.
  • Provided interim speech language therapy for a variety of private and public schools (i.e.
  • housed with Ypsilanti Public Schools.
  • WORK HISTOR Marblehead Public Schools Marblehead, MA.
  • assigned to Duval County Public Schools preschool disabilities department for first two years.

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13. Dysarthria
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Here's how Dysarthria is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Evaluate and treat adults with newly acquired strokes, aphasia, dysarthria, voice, and cognition issues.
  • Evaluate and treat adults with disabilities including TBI, aphasia, dysarthria, and Mental Retardation.
  • Provide treatment in the rehabilitation setting to patients exhibiting communication disorders including: dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, and cognitive-linguistic deficits
  • Evaluated and treated patients with a variety of communication disorders including cognition, dysphagia, aphasia and dysarthria disorders.
  • Addressed dysarthria, apraxia, aphasia and right/left-hemisphere dysfunction.
  • Led fluency, language, and dysarthria treatment groups Supervised practicum students from NYU, Hunter College, and Columbia U.
  • Evaluate new admissions and establish treatment goals for patients with Dysphagia, Aphasia, Dysarthria, Cognitive-Linguistic Deficits and Dementia.
  • Evaluate and provide treatment for geriatrics with dysphasia, dysarthria and/or aphasia in home-based and ALF settings.
  • Treated children and adults presenting aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, cognitive deficits and swallowing difficulties.
  • Treat a variety of patients with Dysphagia, Aphasia, Dysarthria, Cognitive-Linguistic Deficits and Dementia.
  • Diagnose and teat aphasia apraxia, dysarthria, voice, swallowing, and cognitive deficits.
  • Experience included swallowing, cognitive impairments brain injury, dysarthria, and apraxia.
  • Provided Speech Services to patients suffering from aphasia, dysarthria and dysphagia.
  • Develop and implement treatment for adults/geriatrics with cognitive-linguisitc deficits, aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia and voice disorders.
  • Evaluate and conduct treatment with individuals with aphasia, apraxia, cognitive deficits, dysarthria, dysphagia, and voice disorders.
  • Assessed and treated adults with aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia of speech, stuttering, voice disorders, and dysphagia.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with dysphagia, aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia, voice disorders and cognitive deficits.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with aphasia, dysarthria, dysphagia, apraxia, etc.
  • Provided diagnostics and treatment of aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, cognition, and dysphagia
  • Assessed and treated patients with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, dysphagia, right hemisphere syndrome, tracheostomy, and laryngectomy.

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14. Developmental Disabilities
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Here's how Developmental Disabilities is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Provide therapy for individuals with speech/language/fluency/auditory processing/ and developmental disabilities.
  • Provided speech and language therapy to children with developmental disabilities/delays, articulation and phonological disorders, and other speech language impairments.
  • Educated colleagues, parents, and primary caregivers about individuals with developmental disabilities and their communication needs and strengths.
  • Provided speech and language evaluation and treatment to school-age children with autism or other developmental disabilities.
  • Provided therapy and intervention to students with a range of developmental disabilities and medically fragile conditions.
  • Provided assessment and ongoing treatment of children with developmental disabilities, articulation and Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Implemented speech and language therapy to mentally challenged adults and children with developmental disabilities.
  • Performed evaluative and therapeutic services to children and adults with psychiatric and developmental disabilities.
  • Developed ongoing working relationships with Support Coordinators from the Department of Developmental Disabilities.
  • Addressed speech-language disorders and social skills in adults with developmental disabilities.
  • Screened, evaluated and treated students with developmental disabilities, Autism, Down's syndrome, articulation and language disorders.
  • Conducted speech therapy sessions in-group, home visit and community settings for infants and toddlers with developmental disabilities.
  • Worked with children who had speech and language differences including children with developmental disabilities and autism.
  • Treat CPSE children with developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorders, developmental verbal apraxia and speech/language disorders.
  • provide speech and language services to residential adults with developmental disabilities >supervise interns and technicians
  • Served students with developmental disabilities including Autism, Emotional Impairment, and Intellectual Disabilitiy.
  • Treated nonverbal autistic children and adults with developmental disabilities, using assistive communication devices.
  • Provide home based speech and language therapy to children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
  • Conduct evaluations and provide treatment of adults with developmental disabilities in the day program setting Perform clinical dysphagia evaluations.
  • Conducted speech-language assessments and delivered treatment in a day habilitation agency servicing 100+ individuals with developmental disabilities.

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  • Worked in day service adult care and school rehabilitation department implementing, reviewing, revising and progressing individual SLP treatment programs.
  • Served as the sole SLP in a rural school district with a diverse population of students with special needs.
  • Provided comprehensive training in SLP techniques to nursing and other medical personnel as well as family members of patients.
  • Serve as supervising SLP for graduate students, new therapists, and assistants requiring clinical mentoring and support.
  • Excelled in ability to customize/adapt conventional SLP techniques to meet the special needs of individual patients.
  • Mentor for staff SLP team for education and evidence-based training in a variety of settings.
  • Developed skills under the supervision of a licensed SLP, Mallory McDonald M.A.
  • Provided several weeks of mentoring/ training for a new SLP joining their staff.
  • Provided SLP therapy services for both school based and adult care center.
  • Re-established positive relationships and confidence between SLP and parents and staff.
  • Attend scheduled SLP meetings and required in-services.
  • Observed with senior SLPs at Providence Acute Rehabilitation Center and at the Providence Oral, Head & Neck Cancer Clinic.
  • Provided Rehab to Home and LTC SLP services for short and longterm American Senior Services residents.
  • Assisted SLPs in the review and preparation of student progress reports.
  • Mentor SLP Clinical Fellows and Graduate Clinicians.
  • Provided weekend SLP coverage at Providence Newberg Hospital and Providence Milwaukie Hospital.
  • Provided SLP services to children at a charter school for children with with autism pre-K through grade 2.
  • Worked under the guidance of UMASS Clinical Director, Patricia Mercaitis, Ph.D., CCC-SLP.
  • page 2 SLP Abide by the Code of Ethics of ASHA.
  • required by ASHA) Doing therapy under CCC-SLP supervision (20+ hours) Helping with notes, assessments, and parent conferences

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Here's how Dementia is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Developed and provided in-service training programs on safe swallowing and feeding guidelines, modified diet management, dementia communication skills.
  • Integrated a dementia management program that helped to facilitate accurate treatment/communication for residents relating to their specific cognitive levels.
  • Managed, conceptualized and implemented a proactive and imaginative patient based Dementia program from conception to implementation and management.
  • Worked with families and caregivers of advanced dementia patients to utilize remaining communication skills for increased independence.
  • Worked with a caseload whose speech-language and swallowing disorders primarily stemmed from cerebral vascular accidents and dementia.
  • Participated in creating and implementing Functional Maintenance Programs for patients with dementia.
  • Provide in-service training for non-therapy staff related to swallowing and dementia.
  • Assisted living facility and dementia unit.
  • Screen, evaluate and treat individuals for a variety of speech/language and swallowing diagnosis, with emphasis on dementia staging.
  • Worked closely with activities personnel and Occupational therapist to devise suitable programs based on the patient's dementia level.
  • Developed treatment plans for patients with dementia and other cognitive disorders to improve functional abilities and quality of life.
  • Delivered therapy to patients with swallowing disorders, dementia, Parkinson's disease, and post-stroke aphasia.
  • Educated staff and families on dementia and memory loss.
  • Participated in dementia and dysphagia study and research.
  • Provided speech-cognitive, reminiscence, problem solving, memory, sensory, and dysphagia therapies for patients diagnosed with dementia.
  • Have worked with patients with trachs, vents, varying levels of dementia, and need for speech generating devices.
  • Experience included adult clients with various neurologic etiologies including Parkinson's disease, stroke and Dementia.
  • Provided assessment and evidence-based treatment to adults diagnosed with cognitive-communication deficits, dementia, dysarthria, dysphagia, and voice disorders.
  • Provided therapy specializing in geriatrics, dysphagia, dementia, aphasia and progressive neurogenic disorders.
  • Conducted treatment sessions with patients who had aphasia, dysarthria, apraxia, dementia, and/or dysphagia.

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17. Speech Therapy
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  • Provided speech therapy services and managed documentation/SLP scheduling for 300-bed Skilled Nursing Facility/Transitional Care Unit.
  • Facilitated supervision to Speech Therapy students.
  • Coordinated the three Rehab disciplines (Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy) for daily schedules and weekly staff meetings.
  • Planned and implemented large/small/individual speech therapy activities for summer camp for kids with Autism ages 7 to 13: Camp Connect
  • Provided in home speech therapy to adult patients exhibiting a variety a speech, language and swallowing disorders.
  • Evaluated and tailored skilled speech therapy for geriatric population with cognitive, swallowing, language, and voice disorders
  • Scheduled evaluation appointments, therapy sessions, and IEP meetings for all students receiving speech therapy services.
  • Create narrative reports for each student receiving speech therapy demonstrating annual progress made and goals met.
  • Provided Speech Therapy to a highly diverse population of speech impaired students in 3 elementary schools.
  • Provided speech therapy for children with language delays and disorders under 12 years of age.
  • Analyzed physician referrals and patient medical records to determine need for speech therapy services.
  • Assisted speech therapy patients in functioning adequately in home, community and school environments.
  • Evaluate, diagnose and implement speech therapy with elementary school aged children.
  • Provided speech therapy services to individuals at my office or in their home
  • Address a variety of communication disorders through speech therapy sessions.
  • Promote outpatient speech therapy services for continuum of care.
  • Provided individual skilled speech therapy evaluation and treatment for residents with cognition, communication and dysphagia impairments.
  • Assess and provide speech therapy services and dysphagia in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and rehabilitation centers as a contractor.
  • Presented a Braintree Hospital Parent Education Conference on strategies for successful home carryover of speech therapy goals.
  • Assess and provide speech therapy services and dysphagia services to home health patients

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18. Rehab
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  • Participate in interdisciplinary patient/family care-conferences related to patient care, rehab progress, and discharge planning.
  • Facilitated optimal transitions among acute, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient levels of care.
  • Provided sick leave and vacation coverage for speech pathologists working in adult outpatient rehabilitation.
  • Collaborate with nursing and therapy team members to create cohesive rehabilitative treatment plan.
  • Provided cognitive-communicative rehabilitation services to the population in Skilled Nursing setting.
  • Close interdisciplinary treatment planning for provision of rehabilitation services.
  • Educate patient and family on preventive and rehabilitative procedures.
  • Completed electronic billing and paperwork using Rehab Optima.
  • Developed group rehabilitation modules for all diagnoses.
  • Participated in general rehab staff meetings.
  • Participated in rehab team conferences.
  • Participate in team meetings, resident care conferences, rehab rounds, family educational meetings and discharge planning conferences
  • Provision of contractual Speech Pathology services within home health, acute, SNF and rehabilitation settings.
  • Direct and manage the day to day clinical operations of the Rehab Department.
  • Promoted to Director of Rehab Services within first 10 months.
  • Participated in weekly Medicare meetings with Rehab staff.
  • Evaluated and treated patients in a low socio-economic nursing and rehab facility.
  • Negociated contracts with various rehab providers in order to build and maintain private practice.
  • Served as onsite Rehab manager for PPS Pilot site for Prism rehab.
  • Skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation setting for adults Evaluation and treatment of dysphagia disorders, aphasia, cognitive-linguistic disorders and voice

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19. Group Therapy Sessions
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  • Consulted with teachers regarding inclusion of curriculum-based activities within individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Coordinated group therapy sessions for teenagers in need of conversational and pragmatic skill improvement.
  • Conducted standardized assessments, informal observations, individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Implemented and directed group therapy sessions/outings for community re-entry skill development.
  • Conducted group therapy sessions to enhance functional communication skills.
  • Planned and conducted individual and group therapy sessions based on IEP goals for elementary through high school aged students.
  • Manage a caseload of 6-9 patients * Manage group therapy sessions to facilitate carry over of individual therapy goals.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions utilizing various materials, strategies and visual aids for children with special needs.
  • Managed day to day operations, billing, accounting, and scheduling of individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Post electronic documentation of Medicaid therapy notes stating student's objectives and outcomes for group therapy sessions.
  • Conduct one-on-one and group therapy sessions for language, articulation, stuttering and voice deficits.
  • Planned and executed individual and group therapy sessions for caseload of up to 30 students.
  • Provided evaluations and individual/group therapy sessions depending on the need of the student.
  • Administered Diagnostic Evaluations, developed treatment plans, lead group therapy sessions.
  • Supervised students and staff during both individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Run individual and group therapy sessions as directed by SLP.
  • Lead individual and group therapy sessions.
  • Scheduled, organized, implemented group therapy sessions (i.e., cognition, speech, language, and dysphagia).
  • Provided one on one and group therapy sessions to adults suffering from Aphasia, Apraxia and TBI.
  • Organized and conducted group therapy sessions for preschool children ages 2-4 years with various developmental delays.

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20. Barium Swallow Studies
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  • Conducted and analyzed bedside swallow evaluations and determined whether modified barium swallow studies and/or diet modifications were warranted.
  • Perform Modified Barium Swallow Studies to objectively asses swallow function for inpatient population.
  • Administered and interpreted modified barium swallow studies and bedside swallow evaluations.
  • Completed modified barium swallow studies at University of Louisville Hospital.
  • Conduct and interpret adolescent-adult modified barium swallow studies.
  • Administered Modified Barium Swallow Studies weekly.
  • Complete Modified Barium Swallow Studies, nursing training for Bedside Swallow Screening and manage the Speech Therapy for the hospital.
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow Studies and collaborated on the documentation, policies and procedures of conducting studies on-site.
  • Perform Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBS) for objective evaluation of individuals with swallowing disorders.
  • Performed modified barium swallow studies in adult and pediatric populations for assessment of swallow function.
  • Participated in modified barium swallow studies with medical staff Speech Language Pathologist (CFY)
  • Performed bedside swallow assessments and modified barium swallow studies.
  • Conducted Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBSS).
  • Completed Modified Barium Swallow Studies.
  • Counseled patients and families and educated staff regarding patient diagnosis, treatment and prognosis Performed and analyze Modified Barium Swallow Studies
  • Diagnose and treat dysphagia through Modified Barium Swallow Studies and therapeutic interventions performed at College Station Medical Center.
  • Performed Modifed Barium Swallow studies in conjunction with Radiologist to assess swallow physiology and determine safest, least-restrictive diet for patients.
  • Completed Modified Barium Swallow Studies at Hendrick Medical Center as ordered by PCM.
  • Conducted modified barium swallow studies to objectively rule out oro-pharyngeal dysphagia with various consistencies.
  • Performed and analyze Modified Barium Swallow Studies and implemented Vital Stim treatment as needed Served in hospital and clinic settings.

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21. Traumatic Brain Injury
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  • Contracted work with an adult traumatic brain injury rehabilitation facility for transitional and long term care.
  • Conducted individual and group therapy sessions for adults suffering from traumatic brain injury.
  • Developed structured traumatic brain injury programming.
  • Evaluate and treat adults surviving stroke, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injury.
  • Conducted cognitive groups for adults with stroke, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis.
  • Served on quality assurance committee to create and implement traumatic brain injury program.
  • Direct care therapist in a 100 bed free standing traumatic brain injury rehabilitation center
  • Implemented appropriate treatment for patients with traumatic brain injury.
  • Direct patient care for Traumatic Brain Injury.
  • Formulated extensive patient, family education protocol and resource information with trauma team members regarding cognitive sequelae following traumatic brain injury.
  • Provided rehabilitation services for adults with communication, cognitive, traumatic brain injury, dysphagia and voice disorders.
  • Evaluated and treated adult and adolescent patients with traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke and other neurogenic disorders.
  • Provided speech and language therapy to patients experiencing aphasia due to strokes, traumatic brain injury or other related injuries.
  • Evaluate and treat dysphagia, cognitive-linguistic deficits, Parkinson's disease, dementia and traumatic brain injury.
  • Worked with inpatient population with adult aphasia, dysarthria, traumatic brain injury, and voice disorders.
  • Practice emphasized adult neurogenic disorders, traumatic brain injury in children and adults, and voice disorders.
  • Provided therapy to 52 year-old male with aphasia and apraxia resulting from traumatic brain injury.
  • Win 2007 Provided diagnostic and therapeutic intervention for adults with aphasia and traumatic brain injury.
  • team in treating and assessing elderly patients with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and stroke
  • Evaluate and treat adults presenting with aphasia, dementia, dysphagia, dysarthria and traumatic brain injury.

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22. AAC
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  • Assisted Senior Augmentative and Alternative Communication Specialist in evaluations and procuring funding for AAC devices.
  • Train staff and students in the use of AAC devices and other communication strategies as needed throughout the school year.
  • Implemented AAC devices, which included patient/family training, documentation, installation, and organizing hierarchy of the device.
  • Trained in Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices, such as Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).
  • Implemented AAC systems including picture exchange communication, single-message buttons, TechTalk8, SpringBoard Lite, and TouchChatHD.
  • Trained children and their families on use of AAC devices and methods to facilitate generalization to home.
  • Utilize AAC devices (dynamic and static), switches, and picture exchange systems.
  • Utilized AAC and a total communication approach to serve children on the autism spectrum.
  • Evaluated students for both low-tech and high-tech AAC needs, and created AAC materials.
  • Implemented AAC devices in therapy including LAMP and worked on interdisciplinary teams with
  • Gained experience using various AAC devices such as Vantage and Go Talk.
  • Provided parent training in the use of PECS and other AAC methods.
  • Provide caregiver and school teaching and training of AAC.
  • Provide AAC training to parents/caregivers.
  • Experience in working with AAC devices
  • Programmed various AAC devices (Tech Talk 8, Go Talk 9, Talk 4), Created adaptive books.
  • Provided diagnostic and therapeutic intervention related to AAC, cognition, expressive-receptive language, and speech sound disorders.
  • Gained experience using various AAC programs such as Pro Lo Quo, PECS, and LAMP.
  • Utilize Ipad applications and AAC tools during treatment sessions to increase functional communication.
  • Used PECS, Touchchat and other AAC methods to facilitate communication.

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23. Acute Care
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  • Provided acute care coverage at MSMC; acute interdisciplinary rehabilitation center and out-patient setting at Miami Heart Institute.
  • Completed clinical bedside swallow evaluation, provided diet/treatment recommendations in an acute care and acute rehabilitation settings.
  • Provide screening, diagnostic and rehabilitative services to an adult population with multiple diagnoses in an acute care setting.
  • Provided evaluation and treatment for adults with speech/language, cognitive and swallowing disorders in the acute care and rehab setting
  • Sole Speech Language therapist working in 357 bed acute care facility treating a premature pediatric through adult population.
  • Conducted all aspects of the evaluation and treatment process in the acute care hospital and out-patient clinical setting.
  • Evaluated and treated patients in the acute care setting for deficits in swallowing, communication, and cognition.
  • Evaluate and treat an adult population in acute care, skilled nursing, and outpatient rehab settings.
  • Provided PRN speech-language pathology services in acute care and sub- acute rehabilitation and long-term care settings to adults
  • Provide speech/language and swallowing evaluation and therapy in acute care setting, including MBSS.
  • Evaluated and treated patients in acute care setting for speech/language, swallowing disorders.
  • Assess and treat adults in acute care facility with communication and swallowing disorders.
  • Covered acute care, acute rehabilitation unit, and outpatients.
  • Provided speech services in a large acute care hospital setting.
  • Evaluated and treated patients in an acute care setting.
  • Managed caseload for geriatric patients in sub-acute care setting.
  • Treated adult patients in acute care setting.
  • Assessed and diagnosed in the area of cognition, speech, language, and dysphagia in an acute care setting.
  • Full time, acute care, inpatient rehab and outpatient hospital setting.
  • Provided evaluation and management of neurogenic communication and dysphagia disorders for acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and outpatient populations.

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24. Crisis Intervention
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  • Completed Conflict Prevention Intervention, a nonviolent crisis intervention course.
  • Trained and implemented Therapeutic Crisis Intervention protocols.
  • Trained in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention.
  • Dawn has worked with Behavior Plans and has had Crisis Intervention Training.
  • Trained in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention with the Crisis Prevention Institute.
  • Trained in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention.
  • Trained in CPI Nonviolent Crisis Intervention; Trained Assistive Technology Representative.
  • Trained in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), the Ziggurat model, and PEAK relational training system.
  • Completed 10 hours of training in the Nonviolent Crisis Intervention training program.
  • Have presented at NCSHLA convention.Skills UsedClinical care, customer service, trained in non-violent crisis intervention,CPR certified.

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26. Cerebral Palsy
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Here's how Cerebral Palsy is used in Speech Language Pathologist jobs:
  • Provide individualized treatment for children with autism, cerebral palsy, articulation disorders and learning disabilities.
  • Provided treatment to children with cerebral palsy, repaired cleft palate and intellectual disability.
  • Implement alternate communication systems for cerebral palsy patients.
  • United Cerebral Palsy Foundation Of Dallas
  • Provide speech and language services to pediatric patients with language delays, motor speech disorders, Autism, and Cerebral Palsy.
  • Increased experience incorporating an AAC device into therapy for children with cerebral palsy, ASD, and Down's syndrome.
  • Experience working with children who have Hearing Impairments, Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and other health impairments.
  • Developed goals and communication aides for individuals with autism, mental impairment, various syndromes, and cerebral palsy.
  • Evaluated and treated adults ages 21 and older with cerebral palsy and other developmental disorders with a focus on AAC
  • Develop treatment plans and provide speech, language and AAC services to children with Cerebral Palsy.
  • Provided speech and language services to children with language delays, articulation deficits and Cerebral Palsy.
  • Treated children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down Syndrome, and ADHD.
  • Experience with Cerebral Palsy, tracheotomy, and tongue thrust.
  • Provided evaluation and therapeutic intervention of children and adults with cerebral palsy, developmental disability and neurological disorders.
  • Developed hippotherapy program for children with cerebral palsy, and diagnostic information packets for parents.
  • Experienced working with children diagnosed with Autism, Articulation and Phonological Disorder, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral Palsy.
  • Consulted with the Tobii company to acquire an eye gaze communication device for student with severe cerebral palsy.
  • Provided speech and language therapy to head injured, learning disabled, cerebral palsy and multi-handicapped children.
  • Worked with adults with Developmental Disabilities, Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Dysarthria.
  • United Cerebral Palsy, Brooklyn, NY 7/9 1-4/92 Speech Language Clinician.

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27. Down Syndrome
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  • Developed treatment strategies for classified Autistic, Down Syndrome children with pervasive developmental disorders.
  • Introduced innovative evidence based strategies to treat clientele with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Phonological Processing Disorders, Down Syndrome etc.
  • Conduct evaluations and treatment services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Down syndrome, and cerebral palsy.
  • Worked with patients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Language Delay and Articulation and Phonological Processing Disorders.
  • Treated and evaluated students diagnosed with Autism, Down Syndrome and other students diagnosed with severe to profound cognitive impairments.
  • Utilized an augmentative and alternative communication device (DynaVox) to enhance communication with a student with Down Syndrome.
  • Assisted in therapy for children with articulation disorders, ASD, Down syndrome, and receptive/expressive language impairments.
  • Serve preschool students with autism, down syndrome, hearing impairments and/or cochlear implants and other severe disabilities.
  • Work with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, and Articulation and Phonological Processing Disorder population.
  • Evaluated, diagnosed and treated children diagnosed with Down Syndrome and children with language impairments.
  • Completed supervised clinical field work for two clients with Down syndrome in their home.
  • Use of oral motor therapeutic techniques for students with Down Syndrome and cognitive impairments.
  • Evaluate, diagnose and handle patients with Down Syndrome.
  • Worked with students with a variety of disabilities, including Down Syndrome, Asperger Syndrome, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Worked with students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome, Mental Retardations, and Bilingual Students.
  • voice and fluency Other disorders included receptive and expressive delay, autism, Down Syndrome and unknown etiologies.
  • Gained additional experience with Down syndrome, Treacher-Collins syndrome, Angelman syndrome and patients with hearing loss.
  • Work with students with diagnoses of Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, Down Syndrome and ADHD.
  • Experience with severe articulation and phonological disorders, apraxia, Down Syndrome, dysarthria, autism and language delays.
  • Provided speech services to children who were homeschooled via telepractice Clients with various diagnoses, including Autism and Down Syndrome

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28. Oral Motor
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  • Performed Bedside Swallowing Assessment; evaluated oral motor capacity during oral-peripheral exam and provided P.O.
  • Provided oral motor/feeding in-services to staff.
  • Implemented therapeutic techniques such as spaced retrieval, memory aids, oral motor exercises, and training for compensatory swallow strategies.
  • Assess and treat language, articulation, fluency, voice, oral motor and social skill delay/disorders of school-age children.
  • Provided family and medical centered approach to intervention of speech, communication, feeding, and oral motor disorders.
  • Provided assessment of speech, communication, feeding, and oral motor disorders of children ages birth to 18.
  • Work with medically sensitive speech-language disorders, oral motor, and feeding & swallowing therapy.
  • Administered bedside swallowing and oral motor evaluations that led to viscosity changes in the diet.
  • Trained families to implement behavioral plan and oral motor exercises during all feedings.
  • Implement oral motor exercises, feeding strategies, and augmented communication for children.
  • Incorporated PROMPT technique when applicable, to facilitate oral motor and articulation goals.
  • Provided oral motor therapy, as well as feeding therapy.
  • Provide language, articulation, and oral motor therapies
  • Utilized oral motor techniques and oro-facial exercises to promote increased speech intelligibility and increased independence in feeding.
  • Develop and collaborate on IEP goals, as well as create feeding/oral motor/care plans for students with tracheostomies and ventilators.
  • Evaluate and treat cognitive linguistic disorders, dysphagia, speech and oral motor disorders in the inpatient rehab facility.
  • Completed Training Videos for CEUs for Talk Tools Oral Motor Therapy Program
  • Treated population consisting of articulation/phonological disorders, oral motor deficits, apraxia, language and auditory processing disorders and dysfluency.
  • Treat children ages 6-11 with expressive and receptive language disorders, pragmatic/social skill delays, and oral motor/respiratory disorders
  • Evaluated specific needs in the areas of aphasia, apraxia, phonologic and oral motor weakness and dysphagia.

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  • Maintained appropriate and timely therapy logs, paperwork and Medicaid documentation.
  • Completed required Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement forms and weekly progress notes.
  • Gained significant experience with Medicare/Medicaid billing and reimbursable goal-writing.
  • Maintain an individual folder for each student that contains all forms required by federal and state mandates and by Medicaid.
  • Maintain logs on each student serviced and submit logs on Medicaid students to the Exceptional Education office monthly.
  • Collected data and maintained accurate records in accordance with Medicare, Medicaid, commercial and private insurances.
  • Completed medical authorizations for doctors' orders for Medicaid and other speech therapy billable insurances?.
  • Maintained accurate data through daily logs, progress notes and Medicaid documentation.
  • Maintain progress notes and clinical tallies, including requirements for Medicaid.
  • Used Go Claims system for Medicaid Reimbursement for Therapy Services.
  • Trained on OASYS for Medicaid billing, reporting.
  • Adhere to Medicare and Medicaid guidelines.
  • Identified associated conditions and refer families to other professionals Completed computerized Medicaid billing
  • Maintain accurate daily records and data collection to document students' attendance, progress, including requirements for Medicaid.
  • Complete Medicaid, private pay, and insurance billing and maintain documentation on progress and reauthorization information for all clients
  • Maintained accurate and timely documentation for therapy notes, Medicaid and progress reports to staff and parents.
  • Develop a Plan of Care for Medicaid eligible Speech Language Impaired students.
  • Progress reports and monthly Medicaid billing submitted in a timely manner.
  • Complete all required forms for Medicaid billing (i.e.
  • Billed Greenbush in accordance with Medicaid guidelines.

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  • Conducted clinical evaluations and therapy programs for geriatric adults with dementia, CVA, psychiatric disorders, and ventilator/tracheotomy dependent residents.
  • Completed cognitive linguistic and speech-language evaluations on adult patients admitted to acute rehab following CVA or traumatic brain injuries.
  • Assist with program development specifically, with the CVA program in setting up a protocol for patient community re-entry activities.
  • Developed Right Hemisphere CVA, Cognitive Assessment, and Swallow Assessment protocols for low and high level patients.
  • Provided coverage as needed to Detroit Receiving Hospital, Campus Outpatient, and TBI and CVA/Geriatric departments.
  • Work mainly with the geriatric population with Alzheimer's disease, post- CVA, UTI, CHF
  • Evaluated and treated patients on SCI, pulmonary, cardiac, head injury and CVA units.
  • Experience with patient's with diagnoses including CVA, Parkinson's and Neurological disorders.
  • Conducted Stroke Groups consisting of multiple patients who have a history of CVA.
  • Provided evaluation and remediation for adult patients post-CVA and with traumatic brain injuries.
  • Provided assessment and intervention for CVA, TBI, and SCI units.
  • Participated in the development of the CVA Clinical Pathway.
  • Delivered speech treatment given CVA diagnosis Rendered cognitive-linguistic treatment of sequencing, orientation, and problem to increase functional activities
  • Provided skilled treatment for patient's with diagnoses including CVA, TBI, tracheostomy, dementia and progressive neurological disorders.
  • Evaluate and treat patients with complex medical issues, including respiratory failure, TBI, CVA, dysphagia.
  • Evaluated patients with a variety of diagnoses to include CVA, dysphagia, TBI, cognitive changes, and communication weaknesses.
  • Experience with dysphagia, dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, CVA/stroke, aural rehab.
  • post CVA, NPO, late-stage dementia, Parkinson s, altered mental status).
  • Provided dysphagia, CVA, brain injury, dysarthria services to area nursing homes.
  • Skilled Nursing Facility and Long-Term Care Evaluation and treatment of cognitive-linguistic impairment, post-CVA rehabilitation, and dysphagia Currently PRN

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31. Parkinson
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  • Assisted persons with Parkinson's disease by providing individualized speech and swallowing exercise modules.
  • Experience serving diverse patient populations and etiologies including TBI, Stroke, MS, Parkinson's Disease, and Dementia.
  • Treated a variety of neurological disorders including CVA, TBI, MS, Parkinson's, and Dementia.
  • Certified in LSVT to address voice disorders of patients with Parkinson's Disease and other neurological disorders.
  • Worked with patients with acquired Aphasia, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease and Intellectual Disability.
  • Experienced in providing voice/speech therapy to residents with Parkinson's disease to improve their communication skills.
  • Planned and executed Park Fit community program for individuals diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
  • Provided specialized Speech-Pathology services to individuals with Parkinson's disease, and right CVA.
  • Worked with Parkinson patients for articulation, language, memory, etc.
  • Facilitated group voice therapy sessions for adults with Parkinson s Disease.
  • Certified (program for Parkinson's disease).
  • Treated patients with etiologies such as CVA, TBI, ALS, MS, Parkinson's, dementia, and others.
  • Treated variety of neurological disorders, primarily Parkinson's disease Provided outpatient and home health services to geriatric population
  • Experience includes neurogenic disorders including aphasia, traumatic brain injury and Parkinson's disease.
  • Specialize in voice/swallowing treatment for individuals with Parkinson's Disease- Lee Silverman Certified.
  • Experience with CVA, aphasia, dysphagia, dementia, closed head injury, and Parkinson's disease.
  • Provided the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) for Parkinson Disease.
  • Experience with dysphasia, CVA, aphasia, Parkinson's Disease, Huntingtons Chorea, and motor speech disorders.
  • Provided the Lee Silverman Voice treatment to a research participant with Parkinson's disease and hypokinetic dysarthria as part of Capstone Project
  • Experience included: aphasia; dysphagia; dementia; traumatic brain injury; stroke; Parkinson's disease; dysarthria.

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  • Developed formal evaluation reports including: treatment goals, clinical recommendations, progress reports and discharge summaries according to Medicare/Medicaid regulations.
  • Complete all related documentation in accordance with the parameters Defined by Medicare, Medicaid and Insurance providers - Resume
  • Complete all documentation and billing procedures according to established Medicare guidelines while maintaining productivity expectations.
  • Participated in case management for residents with Medicare, Medicaid and Private Insurance coverage.
  • Experience with attendance of daily facility meeting and administration of weekly Medicare meeting.
  • Maintained appropriate documentation according to Medicare and a variety of other providers.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of Medicare and other reimbursement regulations.
  • Demonstrated in-depth knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid regulations.
  • Provided supportive documentation including Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Experience with Medicare patients and Medicare paperwork
  • Managed reports and reviews of patient progress for various insurance companies including Health Maintenance Organizations, State reimbursement agencies and Medicare.
  • Attended all facility required meetings including, but not limited to PPS, Medicare, Triple Check, etc.
  • Perform speech, language, cognitive and swallowing evaluation and treatment for Medicare Part A and managed care patients.
  • Manage a caseload of Medicaid, Medicare A, Medicare B, insurance and outpatients.
  • Maintained accurate reports and billing in accordance to Medicare and home care guidelines.
  • Assisted with planning for Medicare RUG levels and assisted in administration of department duties
  • Participate in care plan, family, departmental, and Medicare meetings.
  • Understand Medicare benefit coverage of extended SNF services.
  • Track patient progress in accordance with medicare guidelines.
  • Participated in staffings, in-services, Medicare meetings, and patient and family counseling.

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  • Provided diagnostic and therapeutic services for adults with a variety of communication and swallowing disorders in skilled nursing.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with various neurological, developmental disorders and complex communication needs.
  • Instructed nursing assistant staff in cognitive/communication strategies and safe feeding/swallowing precautions for patients.
  • Provided assessment and treatment of communication disorders to preschool-age and elementary school-age children.
  • Facilitated interdisciplinary communication to develop and deliver patient and family centered care.
  • Provided consult to Social Communication Disorders Team including PECS training.
  • Maintained constant oral and written communication with parents.
  • Assess needs for Augmentative Communication.
  • Maintained direct communication with residential staff as well as client family members as it pertained to therapy and strategies for carry-over.
  • Provided quality patient care and maintained effective communication with staff, patients, families, and management.
  • Maintained constant oral and written communication with parents by use of emails, phone and letters.
  • Consulted with teachers and other staff to facilitate communication and social skills for all students.
  • Maintained constant oral and written communication with parents through emails, phone calls and letters.
  • Planned, implemented, and tracked progress in long-term cognitive and communication therapy.
  • Served as service coordinator for children with Communication Delay (CD) qualification
  • Provided assessment and treatment for adults exhibiting communication disorders and dysphagia.
  • Evaluated and treated cognitive/communication and dysphagia disorders primarily to stroke patients in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
  • Worked with children in Pre-k, elementary, and middle school with a variety of communication disorders.
  • Evaluated and provided therapy to 50 students age 3 to 22 with mild to profound communication disorders.
  • Conducted caregiver training to facilitate communication at home, work, in the community, etc.

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34. MBS
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  • Established efficient and effective protocols for MBSS procedures to optimize patient outcomes and reduce re-hospitalizations due to aspiration pneumonia.
  • Detected swallowing dysfunction, per clinical bedside evaluations and MBS and made appropriate diagnostic recommendations.
  • Evaluated adults with acute disorders of swallowing at the bedside and using objective measures (FEES, MBSS).
  • Provide speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing assessment and therapy including MBSS throughout the continuum of care.
  • Performed full range of MBS activities including preparation, execution, data analysis, and follow-up.
  • Referred residents to additional medical services, including instrumental swallowing tests (FEES, MBS).
  • Assess swallowing function via bedside swallow evaluations, blue-dye testing and/or MBSS.
  • Gained experience with the Modified Barium Swallow Study (MBS).
  • Experience interacting with patients for the purpose of participating in MBSS.
  • Assisted in conducting FEES and MBSS to assess functional swallow.
  • Performed FEES and MBS studies on a routine basis.
  • Perform outpatient MBS for adults and pediatric populations.
  • Refer and complete MBSS when appropriate.
  • Perform and interpret MBS studies.
  • Performed Modified Barium Swallow Studies (MBS) to aid in determining the most appropriate / safest diet for patients.
  • Performed and interpreted modified barium swallow studies (MBSS) for adult and geriatric populations.
  • Performed Modified Barium Studies (MBS) for dysphagia patients.
  • Experience with Epic charting and MBSImp scoring.
  • Observed swallow studies such as; Videofluroscopy Swallow Study (VFSS/MBS) and Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES).
  • Performed MBSS at Lexington Medical Center as well as Language Lab at Glenforest School.

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35. Evaluation Reports
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  • Prepare evaluation reports, treatment plans and therapy documentation for patients and determine need for referral to specialist using electronic documentation.
  • Conduct articulation and language assessments and write evaluation reports for children whose families are seeking disability payments.
  • Determine appropriate evaluations of clients and administer same, including writing evaluation reports.
  • Composed evaluation reports and developed Individual Education Programs.
  • Completed progress and reevaluation reports.
  • Write IEP, evaluation reports, progress notes and present information to parents, teachers and school administration.
  • Used advanced word processing software to prepare detailed written evaluation reports describing clients' diagnosis and individual needs.
  • Planned therapy sessions, documented session progress, wrote evaluation reports, and wrote IEP updates.
  • Performed evaluations, wrote evaluation reports, wrote Individualized Education Programs and held IEP meetings.
  • Completed evaluation reports, developed and carried out therapy plans, and recorded treatment data.
  • Documented evaluation reports, progress reports, and screenings in HELP 2.
  • Complete daily notes, progress notes, evaluation reports, and re-certifications.
  • Collaborated with a speech-language team to develop treatment goals and evaluation reports.
  • Write clinical documents such as evaluation reports and patient progress notes.
  • Write evaluation reports and progress notes and discuss with parents.
  • Interview consult parents, write evaluation reports !
  • Collaborate with other professionals to prepare evaluation reports according to district guidelines and timelines.
  • Complete evaluation reports, daily notes, and weekly progress while adhering to Medicare standards for skilled documentation.
  • Draft evaluation reports, progress reports, session notes, and IEP's.
  • Provided staff in-service training on communication and swallowing Electronically document evaluation reports, progress notes, recertification reports and discharge summaries.

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36. Student Learning
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  • Consult regular/special education teachers and staff to identify strategies to support and facilitate student learning and communication skills.

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37. Lesson Plans
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  • Complete administrative responsibilities, such as coordinating paperwork, scheduling case management activities, and writing lesson plans.
  • Developed lesson plans and activities for utilization of communication skills within small group settings.
  • Created and implemented innovative lesson plans while adhering to the appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed therapy curriculum and formulated lesson plans.
  • Developed individualized lesson plans, evaluated and treated students with a variety of speech and language disorders, participated in IEP meetings
  • Assisted Speech Language Pathologist in developing lesson plans and activities for both individual and group sessions appropriate for each client assessed.
  • Collected data and formulated goals, lesson plans, daily treatment notes, plans of care, and progress summary reports.
  • Developed group therapy lesson plans for toddlers, applied the weekly lesson plans during the sessions while interacting with the children
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans related to specific needs of students during individual and group speech-language therapy sessions.
  • Generated goals, objectives, lesson plans, monthly progress reports and initial and final reports.
  • Developed and carried out weekly lesson plans which targeted individual's goals for each student.
  • Formulated objectives, goals, evaluation, and lesson plans for the pediatric population.
  • Prepared lesson plans for the treatment of children with language disorders and multiple handicaps.
  • Developed goals and lesson plans particular to each child's needs.
  • Design and implemented appropriate lesson plans and materials for session activities.
  • Prepare lesson plans for both individual and group Language Lessons.
  • Developed lesson plans for groups of students with diverse needs.
  • Prepared creative and motivating lesson plans for each student.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans, developed IEPs, and participated in CSE meetings.
  • Administered evaluations in Spanish * Designed lesson plans for specialized instruction KRISTIN F. WEGERT kfwegert@gmail.com 734-552-3841

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38. SNF
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  • Provided speech/language/cognitive evaluation/therapy to school-aged students and adults in SNF.
  • Provided speech/language/cognitive/swallowing evaluation and intervention to residents in SNF.
  • Travel Speech-Language Pathology position within SNF setting.
  • Provided skilled speech/language/cognitive/swallowing evaluation and intervention to residents in SNF, RCF, ALF, and home health patients.
  • Conduct standardized cognitive evaluations and bedside swallow screenings to develop POT for individuals in a SNF.
  • Provide speech therapy services to an adult/geriatric populations with multiple diagnoses in SNF and home care settings
  • Provide services in a myriad of settings to include: SNF, outpatient, and sub-acute.
  • Trained new hire on job duties and clinician responsibilities within the SNF setting.
  • Manage ST caseload of 8-16 patients in an inpatient rehab facility/SNF.
  • Travel Speech-Language Pathologist for Skilled Nursing Facility(SNF).
  • Worked in a SNF setting with an adult population.
  • Employed at a SNF working with an adult population.
  • Travel therapy position at SNF in Weed, CA
  • Provided temporary coverage and PRN services in various SNFs including all typical SLP responsibilities
  • Work with adult clients in a SNF setting *Tracheostomy/Ventilator dependent patient specialty wing/unit
  • Full time SLP for an 80 bed SNF - Program Manager in downtown Forth Worth for a 75 bed facility
  • Evaluate, assess, and treat residents in SNF Provided therapy, staff and familiars giver education.
  • Provided Video Swallow Studies for In Patients and Community SNFs.
  • Serve as sole SLP for 2 separate sub-acute rehabilitation/SNFs.
  • Assess, plan, implement therapy for senior adults in SNF and outpatient settings Lead SLP Recently inpatient rehabilitation manager

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39. CFY
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  • Completed CFY Provided evaluation and therapy services for children birth-15 in a multidisciplinary pediatric outpatient clinic.
  • Supervised certified Speech-Language Pathology Assistants, numerous CFY candidates and graduate practicum students.
  • Supervised University of Memphis graduate Speech Pathology students and CFY candidates.
  • Completed Clinical Fellowship Year (CFY) and earned Certification of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP).
  • Supervised employee for her CFY experience by attending IEP meetings and initiating weekly - monthly meetings and observations.
  • Completed clinical fellowship year (CFY) as well as a second year of service.
  • Completed CFY, attended care plan meetings, and coordinated coverage among other therapists.
  • Completed CFY; similar duties to other skilled nursing facilities (SNF).
  • Completed CFY assisting adults with speech, language, cognitive and swallowing disorders.
  • Completed CFY in center based preschool program (2006).
  • Serviced a busy out-patient clinic and supervised CFY staff.
  • Provide supervision and training for CFY students.
  • Supervised/trained graduate students and CFY employees.
  • Supervised SLP-CFY in RISD Secondary school.
  • Supervised graduate interns and CFY candidates.
  • Completed CFY Provide evaluation and intervention to children in the early intervention program.
  • Supervised cfys and speech interns yearly in school setting.
  • Provided supervision of graduate student clinicians and CFYs.
  • Provided Supervision and mentorship for CFY clinician.
  • Supervised CFYs speech interns yearly.

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40. Diagnostic Evaluations
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  • Performed speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing diagnostic evaluations for in-patient and out-patient rehabilitation settings.
  • Performed interdisciplinary developmental diagnostic evaluations and wrote comprehensive reports in a Birth to Three Program.
  • Performed preschool observations and conducted formal diagnostic evaluations while providing comprehensive reports of results.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations and treatment for inpatient /outpatient caseload in a skilled nursing facility.
  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations and therapy for children and adults having various communicative disorders.
  • Performed out-patient speech and language diagnostic evaluations for adult and pediatric populations.
  • Documented progress, administered diagnostic evaluations, and completed evaluation reports.
  • Performed and reported diagnostic evaluations and generated annual reviews.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations and developed individualized treatment plans.
  • Performed comprehensive speech-language and feeding diagnostic evaluations.
  • Administered diagnostic evaluations of all incoming patients.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations, created IEP's and provided speech-language services for over 20 children in an elementary school.
  • Perform diagnostic evaluations, reassessments, and write comprehensive reports for 60 children ages 3 to 12.
  • Performed speech, language and swallowing diagnostic evaluations in adult acute care and transitional care settings.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations and treatment for inpatient, outpatient, and home health care.
  • Conducted screenings and diagnostic evaluations in English and Spanish.
  • Performed diagnostic evaluations on patients with dysphagia, cognitive-linguistic deficits, speech and memory deficits.
  • Performed speech-language and dysphagia diagnostic evaluations.
  • Performed and assisted in speech-language evaluations, functional assessments, and bedside dysphagia diagnostic evaluations, including FEESST.
  • Complete diagnostic evaluations and treatment acute care setting with adult population MBS and FEES

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41. Classroom Management
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  • Assisted classroom teachers with daily assignments, classroom management and organization.
  • Discussed identifying symptoms and classroom management strategies for school children with speech and language disorders.
  • team members Established and maintained strong classroom management

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  • Design and implement patient-specific Alzheimer's/Dementia management programs in the memory care unit.
  • Developed/Conducted Alzheimer's programming in group settings.
  • Developed dementia and Alzheimer programs.
  • Provided community based services and education to assisted living facilities and Alzheimer s and Parkinson s disease caregiver support groups.
  • Provide treatment to patients secondary to CVA, Parkinson's, MS, ALS, Dementia, and Alzheimer's.
  • Have experience in making low tech and programming alternative augmentative communication systems and making memory books for Alzheimer's clients.
  • Evaluated and treated patients with neurological disorders such as Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, stroke, etc.
  • Served a variety of need-based units including: behavioral, Alzheimer's/dementia, skilled, shorter-term rehabilitation and long-term stay.
  • Evaluated various types of Aphasic, Brain Injured, and Alzheimer's patients using a variety of diagnostic tools.
  • Group and individual treatment of patients in Long Term Care, sub-acute and Alzheimer's disease units n SNF.
  • Worked with geriatric patients in a skilled rehabilitation setting, skilled nursing, long term care and Alzheimer's unit
  • Experience with neurological deficits include: dementia, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Huntington's Diseases.
  • Program development for Falls Risk patients as well staging for Dementia/Alzheimer's patients in the Angel's program.
  • Completed Alzheimer's training course.
  • Assessed and developed appropriate dysphagia and cognitive communication goals for residents in the specialized 26-bed Alzheimer's/Dementia memory support unit.
  • Counseled patients and family members regarding compensatory memory strategies and therapy for Alzheimer's disease.
  • Provided dysphagia management and cognitive linguistic treatment for moderate to severe Alzheimer's population.
  • Provided Dysphagia evaluations and treatment for the geriatric population suffering from Alzheimer's disease
  • Modified Barium Swallows, CVA, TBI, Alzheimers, ALS, Parkinstons, Aural Rehab, Augmentative communications.
  • Experience with disorders such as Dementia, Alzheimer s, Dysphagia, Dysarthria, Aphasia, and Apraxia.

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43. Education Plan
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  • Complete individualized education plans for each student Collaborate with a team of individuals to complete an individualized plan for each student
  • Conducted annual comprehensive testing and developed management plans and goals along with other educational professionals for the Individualized Education Plan.
  • Conducted regular Individualized Education Plans meetings on interdisciplinary teams to address educational concerns related to speech therapy.
  • Formulated and revise Individualized Education Plans based on continual assessment and observation of student progress.
  • Assessed and interpreted diagnostic results to modify and create Individualized Education Plans.
  • Led multidisciplinary team in developing student s Individual Education Plan.
  • Develop therapeutic intervention goals for Individualized Education Plans.
  • Served as a member of the multidisciplinary team to provide optimal therapy following the Individual Education Plan for each student.
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed therapies and Individualized Education Plans in cooperation with team members, as above.
  • Establish daily schedules for assigned students according to service minutes established in the Individual Education Plan (IEP).
  • Conducted Eligibility process and meetings with team members according to state requirements as well as Individual Education Plans.
  • Develop Individual Education plans to address student's appropriate development of communication skills within the classroom setting.
  • Developed the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP).
  • Conducted speech screenings, annual evaluations, and generated Individual Education Plans (IEP).
  • Develop and implement an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
  • Completed Individualized Education Plan (IEP) paperwork.
  • Developed Individual Education Plan goals and summaries.
  • Prepared Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and updated them as necessary.
  • Created and implemented Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for students.
  • Used the IEPplus software to update Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).

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44. Special Education
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  • Make recommendation to the Special Education supervisor for outside evaluation services and purchase of evaluation/instructional materials.
  • Liaised with district consultants regarding special education policies and behavioral intervention strategies.
  • Worked collaboratively with teachers and other special education providers to optimize services.
  • Evaluate student speech/language skills to determine eligibility for special education services.
  • Conducted comprehensive speech-language evaluations for special education initial and re-evaluations.
  • Worked collaboratively with Special Education teacher within the classroom.
  • Collaborate with general education and special education teachers in order to plan lessons and discuss the needs of the students.
  • Work closely with Special Education coordinators, classroom teachers and aids and student's family members to facilitate student progress.
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers and special education teachers to formulate goals that would carry over progress into the classroom.
  • Collaborated with teachers, school psychologist, special education teachers and parents pertaining to treatment goals for students.
  • Attended special education team meetings, IEP annual reviews and three-year re-evaluations, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Provided parent training and consultation Collaborate with the special education team to provide the best quality
  • Assessed/provided social skills program to increase social acceptance of special education students by peers.
  • Provided direct speech-language therapy to a special education population in a high school setting.
  • Attended monthly faculty, speech and special education meetings.
  • Complete federal/state special education forms both online and offline.
  • Observed Pre-school Special Education Teacher implement lessons that included both regular education students and special education students.
  • Observed a second Pre-school teacher teaching special education students with the assistance of a paraprofessional.
  • Coordinated with OTs and Special Education Teachers to provide group therapy for functional communication skills.
  • age *Independent contractor of speech and language services for children in Early Intervention and Committee for Preschool Special Education.

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45. Ifsp
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  • Participated in IFSP planning and interdisciplinary evaluations
  • Created and implemented an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) with other members of interdisciplinary team.
  • Develop Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) goals and objectives for children age birth to three.
  • Maintain and update IFSP and IEP as well as assess and evaluate needs of each child.
  • Served as service coordinator for several clients on caseload, managing all services within the IFSP.
  • Provide speech and language services to children ages 3-5 within their homes according to their IEP/IFSP.
  • Develop and provide early intervention services to children and their families per the IFSP.
  • Developed Individual Family Education Programs (IFSP) for children and their families.
  • Provide assessments, develop and deliver services to students with IFSP or IEP.
  • Devised annual and quarterly progress reports with IFSP/IEP goals for speech/language services.
  • Participated in multidisciplinary teams to establish goals at IFSP and CPSE meetings.
  • Participated in developing goals for IFSP with other service providers.
  • Provide for child services as recommended in the IFSP.
  • Participated in IFSP meetings and CPSE annual reviews.
  • Attended IFSP meetings and CPSE meetings.
  • Create long and short term speech and language goals for IFSP's.
  • Attended IEP and IFSP meetings.
  • Attend IFSP meetings and other child-related conferences as determined necessary.
  • Perform evaluations and attend IFSP meetings Attend continuing education courses annually
  • Participate in IFSPs with family and team as well as TCs, SFTs and IEPs with elementary teams.

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46. Social Workers
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  • Coordinated Speech-Language with physicians, social workers, psychologists, nutritionists and occupational therapists to maximize results.
  • Collaborated with physical therapist, occupational therapist, social workers, physicians, nutritionists, and psychologists.
  • Collaborated and co-treated with behavioral psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers, and nutritionists.
  • Collaborated with psychologists, physicians and social workers.
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers, occupational therapists, physical therapists, social workers, psychologists, principals, and district supervisors.
  • Maintained beneficial relationships with the patients, families, physicians, nurses and social workers to best serve each individual.
  • Collaborated with teachers, principals, families social workers and more to provide students with the best therapy possible.
  • Develop and implement treatment programs with the help of physicians, psychologist, and social workers.
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers, psychologists, school counselors, resource teachers, and social workers.
  • Collaborated with social workers to implement group therapy based on the SCERTS model each week.
  • Communicated with and provided in services to kitchen staff, social workers, nursing.
  • Collaborated with teachers, parents, social workers, residential staff and vocational staff.
  • Consulted and collaborated with rehabilitation professionals, nursing personnel, physicians, social workers, dieticians and Radiology Department personnel.
  • Recruited new employees - Provided in-service training regarding behavior management to Paraprofessionals with School Psychologist and Social Workers
  • Collaborated with Neurodevelpomental Pediatricians, Social Workers, Psychologists, and Audiologists for care of clients.
  • Coordinated care with staff including nurses, dieticians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, social workers, and doctors.
  • Worked closely with doctors, dieticians, nurses, occupational therapists, social workers, pharmacists, and physical therapists.
  • Collaborated regularly with teachers, social workers, psychologists, neurologists, ENTs, physical therapists, and occupational therapists.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary team, including PT/OT, nursing staff, social workers, dieticians, activities therapists, etc.
  • Use Casamba computer based therapy documentation system ~Discharge Planning with a multi-disciplinary team of physicians, therapists, and social workers

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47. Hearing Screenings
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  • Conducted hearing screenings as well as assessment activities for placement and eligibility determination.
  • Provided language/literacy intervention and hearing screenings to Boston Public Schools.
  • Conduct annual functional communication assessments and hearing screenings as needed.
  • Conducted hearing screenings and oral mechanism examinations.
  • Provided Speech, Language, and Hearing screenings for caseload patients, as well as walk-ins, and private schools.
  • Administered speech, language, and hearing screenings for school-age children in a school-based setting.
  • Set up a new school for the school year and participate in district wide hearing screenings
  • Assisted in conducting school wide Hearing Screenings for the Head Start and CPSE students.
  • Assist the SLP with speech, language, and hearing screenings without clinical interpretation.
  • Performed articulation, language, and hearing screenings to children at local area preschools.
  • Performed mass speech, language and hearing screenings for Head Start program.
  • Provided speech, language, and hearing screenings to Pre-K and daycare students
  • Conduct hearing screenings and provide feedback to parents and teachers.
  • Performed hearing screenings for infants in the newborn nursery.
  • Performed speech and language evaluations and hearing screenings.
  • Complete hearing screenings using SmartScreen software.
  • Mass School wide hearing screenings.
  • Conducted adult and pediatric hearing screenings Other Relevant Experience
  • Collect data and document sessions Conduct hearing screenings.
  • Conducted childhood hearing screenings including otoscopy and pure tone audiometry.

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48. Pediatrics
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  • Provided individual and group speech and language treatment to pediatrics with learning disabilities, developmental delays, and articulation disorders.
  • Provide evaluation and therapy of various types of communication disorders in pediatrics and adults.
  • Provide speech, language, cognitive-linguistic, AAC, and swallow therapy for adults and pediatrics within an acute rehabilitation setting.
  • Home health therapy for patients in rural areas for speech/language and swallowing difficulties (including adults and pediatrics).
  • Assessed speech, language, cognition, and swallowing of inpatient and outpatient adults and outpatient pediatrics.
  • Completed 19 hours of training in Neuro-Developmental Treatment in Pediatrics (March 1-3, 2013).
  • Evaluate and treat pediatrics outpatient setting with Articulation, Phonological, and Language Disorders.
  • Established a private practice specializing in pediatrics, providing office and in-home therapy.
  • Provided care for pediatrics and adults in areas of communication and swallowing.
  • Volunteer Job - Oral Motor evaluation and treatment (pediatrics).
  • Monitored some outpatient pediatrics with the Fast Forward Program.
  • Sole Speech Language Pathologist who treated pediatrics and geriatrics.
  • Evaluated and treated pediatrics with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
  • Provided services from pediatrics through geriatrics.
  • Work with adults and pediatrics.
  • Evaluate and treat outpatient pediatrics-adolescents with dysphagia, congenital disorders, and communicative delays/disorders.
  • Assess and treat pediatrics and adults in acute, rehab, and outpatient hospital setting varied diagnosis and medical hx.
  • Evaluated, developed treatment plans, and provided therapy for adults and pediatrics with Cognitive, Dysphagia and/or speech/language disorders.
  • Provided assessment and treatment for pediatrics who at risk or diagnosed as having Autism Spectrum Disorder.
  • Worked with adults, geriatrics and pediatrics with dysphagia, dysarthia, aphasia, head injury and dementia.

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49. Compensatory Strategies
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  • Designed and implemented compensatory strategies, behavioral modifications, and environmental adaptations to enhance the quality of life of all patients.
  • Designed and implemented compensatory strategies/external aids and provided training to promote effective communication and prospective memory in discharge environment.
  • Completed various in-service presentations on proper thickening, feeding, compensatory strategies, and communication with individuals with dementia.
  • Provided compensatory strategies or therapeutic techniques to increase tolerance of oral intake during evaluation and/ or therapy.
  • Work closely with family/caregivers to improve functional carryover of compensatory strategies for feeding and communication.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary team to develop compensatory strategies and promote carryover of intervention recommendations.
  • Provide patient and family education to ensure carryover of compensatory strategies obtained from treatment.
  • Developed home programs and educated patients and caregivers regarding use of compensatory strategies.
  • Educated patients and caregivers on diagnoses, compensatory strategies, and functional maintenance plans
  • Perform bedside swallowing examinations and diet recommendations, in addition to compensatory strategies.
  • Conducted treatment sessions that provide compensatory strategies and patient/caregiver education.
  • Conducted nursing staff training regarding compensatory strategies for patients.
  • Assisted adult patients with return to work as able and developed compensatory strategies for success with return to work or school.
  • Counseled parents on their children's disorders, therapeutic progress, and compensatory strategies for home.
  • Educated and counseled patients and families regarding diagnoses, therapeutic treatments, and compensatory strategies.
  • Educate client, family and caregivers on compensatory strategies and plan of care.
  • Train patient and family members in therapy techniques and compensatory strategies.
  • Educated staff and family regarding diet modifications, safe swallowing strategies, and cognitive communication compensatory strategies.
  • Established and reinforced compensatory strategies, diet levels and safe swallowing recommendations at dysphagia table.
  • Participated with FEES assessments to more fully assess Dysphagia and recommended diets, and compensatory strategies for patients.

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  • Performed evaluations and participated in CPSE initial and annual review meetings.
  • Experience with scheduling, documentation on CPSE Portal and IEP Direct, attending CPSE and CSE meetings, and appropriate report-writing.
  • Work closely with family, service coordinators, members of the CPSE Committee of the Handicapped, and additional service providers.
  • Participate in CPSE meetings to collaborate on goals, ensure carryover and promote success for each student.
  • Attended and contributed to data meetings, IST meetings, as well as CPSE and CSE meetings.
  • Assessed children s need for speech and language services in the CPSE and CSE school system.
  • Serve as a member of the CPSE/CSE team for various school districts within Suffolk County.
  • Conducted diagnostic and therapeutic services for children receiving Early Intervention, CPSE or CSE services.
  • Provide treatment to clients aged 3-5 (CPSE) with speech and language delays
  • Participated in interdisciplinary EI, CPSE, CSE and team meetings.
  • Participate in phone CPSE and CSE conference and discuss progress.
  • Attend CSE/CPSE meetings at various school districts when necessary.
  • Provided Early Intervention, CPSE, and CSE Services.
  • Consulted with district personnel during CSE and CPSE meetings.
  • Participated in CPSE meetings for children with hearing loss
  • Provided CPSE services in the preschool setting.
  • Manage Caseload of 10+ preschool and early intervention children Conduct Early Intervention and Preschool/CPSE Speech/Language Evaluations
  • Treated bilingual preschool children according to IEP goals through push in group therapy Performed bilingual CPSE evaluations
  • Participated in IEP and CPSE meetings Participated in team meetings to discuss student's needs.
  • Conduct CPSE evaluations, develop therapy plans, and train families to facilitate language development.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Speech Language Pathologist

Language

19.1%

Occupational Therapists

17.6%

Dysphagia

7.7%

IEP

5.9%

Treatment Plans

5.0%

Speech-Language Pathology

4.4%

Patient Care

4.1%

Aphasia

3.9%

Caseload

3.5%

Childhood Apraxia

3.4%

Facility

3.3%

Public Schools

3.1%

Dysarthria

2.8%

Developmental Disabilities

2.5%

SLP

2.5%

Dementia

2.3%

Speech Therapy

2.3%

Rehab

2.3%

Group Therapy Sessions

2.2%

Barium Swallow Studies

2.2%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Speech Language Pathologist

Rank Skill
1 Language 15.1%
2 Occupational Therapists 14.0%
3 Dysphagia 6.1%
4 IEP 4.7%
5 Treatment Plans 4.0%
6 Speech-Language Pathology 3.5%
7 Patient Care 3.2%
8 Aphasia 3.1%
9 Caseload 2.8%
10 Childhood Apraxia 2.7%
11 Facility 2.6%
12 Public Schools 2.4%
13 Dysarthria 2.2%
14 Developmental Disabilities 2.0%
15 SLP 1.9%
16 Dementia 1.8%
17 Speech Therapy 1.8%
18 Rehab 1.8%
19 Group Therapy Sessions 1.8%
20 Barium Swallow Studies 1.8%
21 Traumatic Brain Injury 1.6%
22 AAC 1.4%
23 Acute Care 1.3%
24 Crisis Intervention 1.1%
25 Behavioral Issues 1.0%
26 Cerebral Palsy 0.9%
27 Down Syndrome 0.9%
28 Oral Motor 0.9%
29 Medicaid 0.9%
30 CVA 0.8%
31 Parkinson 0.8%
32 Medicare 0.7%
33 Communication 0.7%
34 MBS 0.6%
35 Evaluation Reports 0.6%
36 Student Learning 0.6%
37 Lesson Plans 0.6%
38 SNF 0.6%
39 CFY 0.6%
40 Diagnostic Evaluations 0.5%
41 Classroom Management 0.5%
42 Alzheimer 0.5%
43 Education Plan 0.4%
44 Special Education 0.4%
45 Ifsp 0.4%
46 Social Workers 0.4%
47 Hearing Screenings 0.4%
48 Pediatrics 0.3%
49 Compensatory Strategies 0.3%
50 Cpse 0.3%
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